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On November 1, 2018, I will be letting go of the reins of the Club web presence that I have held since early in 1997. I have gone from hand-coding html hosted for free on something called Geocities to a WordPress blog hosted on GoDaddy with our very own domain name, MastersMiataClub.com. It has been fun, but after 21 years it has worn out it’s welcome. Maintaining the site itself is not hard, but wrangling content has become a real challenge.

Keeping it like it is for the hundred something dollars a year, going to just Facebook for free, an online newsletter program or just using an email list, anyway we go, there needs to be someone to keep it updated. This could be you, email me at brian.the.red@gmail.com

I will certainly be available to help anyone get started with the current system or help transition to something else.

Heads Up for NC Owners

A little note from Larry Garner for those of you whose Miatas are from 2006-2009:

We recently got some coverage for Ritas’ mom and got away for a few days and visited friends in Helen, GA, and drove some of the great roads in the area. We get back and after the NC sat for a few days, noticed a small puddle of fluid underneath.

An exam finds that the top of the radiator reserve, where the cap sits has cracked and separated under pressure. On further info search, I read that this part has a life of about 10-years; our car was built in 11/07. Glad it didn’t happen on that trip.

Kinda like when we drove the NA to Niagara Falls in 2012 (2400 miles) and two weeks after we get home, I find a hair line crack in the original radiator.

One thing I’m finding is that parts for the NA are very plentiful and inexpensive but not so much on the NC. There is an upgrade for the NC, in aluminum, but it’s $250, while the OEM one is around $70 or so on-line. I have one on order and it’s an easy swap.

— Larry

Photo Scavenger Hunt / Road Rally This Weekend

Don’t forget the Brocks are putting on a road rally event this coming Saturday (4/21). Please take a moment out of your busy day to RSVP a Yeah or Nay so that they can properly plan for the event.

Leave a comment indicating your status:
1. on this post
2. on the event post
or 3: on the event Facebook Page

Another Blipshift Apex Everything Sale

Ah, spring has sprung, and so have these classic designs from their proverbial online cages. 26 resto-modded designs available – that’s one for each new issue with your project car, so even if your ride isn’t ready, your torso sure will be! The 2018 Apex Everything Sale runs thru Monday, April 2 at 11:59 PM ET.

There are a couple of NA Miata designs if anyone is interested or check out the other 24…

Bonnie Baugh

Bonnie Mae Jean Jerue Baugh, 81, founding resident of Benton House of Augusta and breast cancer survivor went to heaven to be with her husband, Bill, on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at Doctors Hospital, Augusta, GA.

Two memorial services will be held. The first will be held at Benton House of Augusta on Thursday, March 29, 2018 at 2:00 PM, officiated by Rev. Greg Hatfield. The second service will be held at Grace United Methodist Church on Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 2:00 PM, officiated by Rev. James D. Dennis, Jr. The family will receive friends at the church one hour prior to the service.

Mrs. Baugh was born and reared in Detroit, MI. In 1952 she married the love of her life, William Freer Baugh, in Detroit, MI. Their Holy matrimony led them to Ohio, Missouri, Tennessee, and finally North Augusta, South Carolina where they retired to warm weather and nearby daughter, a nurse.

Mrs. Baugh enjoyed sewing, knitting, cross stitch, needlepoint, ceramics, and was a stand-up comedy performer, live stage actress, and ice race car driver. She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church. She first taught Sunday School when the girls were in elementary school; was a member of the Cokesbury Sunday School Class at Grace United Methodist Church as well as METTS president, Sunshine Circle treasurer, Sunday School teacher, and the Innkeeper’s wife in The Return to Bethlehem.

Mr. and Mrs. Baugh’s extensive travels included, China; start to finish of the Lewis and Clark Trail; numerous National Parks; Cedar Key, Florida where they served as RV park hosts; RV trips with the local Koala’s Club; numerous day trips with the local Miata Club; and their last big trip, after Bill’s leukemia diagnosis, was circumnavigating Lake Superior with many stops to see relatives and friends.

Mrs. Baugh worked as a medical assistant, phlebotomist, Weight Watchers manager and mentor, Mayor of House Springs, Missouri, delivered meals for Meals on Wheels, and volunteered at Doctors Hospital in the surgery waiting room and in the Burn Unit where her daughter worked.

Mrs. Baugh is survived by her three daughters, Linda, Debra, and Barbara, and their families. Linda Frey Magnuson (Dan) of Milwaukee, WI, Michael Frey (Jill), Henry (10) and Vivian (8) of Grand Rapids, MI, Theresa Frey Alexander (Joshua), Donovan (8) and Benjamin (5) of Albany, NY; Debra Baugh of Washington DC, Sheryl Kay and Mia (13) of Rockville, MD, Madeleine (24) (Julian) and great-great-granddaughter Elena (3 1/2) of Washington DC; Barbara Fiebiger (Mark) of Martinez, GA, Jonathan Vick (Michelle), Saylor (14) and Parker (10) of Augusta, GA, Nathan Vick (Mackenzie), Grayson (2 1/2) and Everett (1 month) of Augusta, GA, Lee Vick (Hannah), Wren (3 months) of Atlanta, GA; Eric Fiebiger (Jennifer) and Faith (7) of Martinez, GA. She is also survived by a brother-in-law and his wife, three nieces and five nephews.

The family has requested that donations be made to the Lydia Project, 1369 Interstate Parkway, Augusta, GA 30909 or a charity of ones choosing.

Please visit the online register at www.rowlandfordfuneralhome.com

Rowland-Ford Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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